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gunmen. >> i've been telling me husband for years, something isn't right. >> horror in bucks county, a man is facing charges after a dozen girls were rescued from the home. plus, defiant in court, the man accused of gunning down a british lawmakers makes a startling statement. those stories and a whole lot more but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: looking good. >> reporter: mother nature got it right this weekend, just in time for pops and his big day. we have nice weather heading this way, ton of sunshine and highs in the 80s. tomorrow looks nice and monday is hotter, but no complaints. 70 refreshing degrees in philadelphia. 69 for reading and allentown have also millville. 69 in atlantic city and cape may, 68.
satellite 'radar, high pressure keeping us high and dry as the saying goes up and down the mid atlantic and the northeast. nothing to talk about today. the forecast today, the call from accuweather, a pleasant and comfortable 85 degrees, the humidity is nice and low. the humidity increases as we get into father's day day and more so for monday and tuesday. it turns hotter with temperatures back in the 90s, combined the two could produce thunderstorms by tuesday. the weekend overall looks good, changes arrive for the purpose of the beginning of next week. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> look forward to it, chris. developing right now at 9:00, philadelphia police are looking for two gunmen who shot a man who was running from them during an attempted robbery in center city. the action cam was where the robbery started at 3:00 a.m. the wawa at broad and walnut. investigators say when the gunmen tried to rob the man outside the wawa, the man
started running, the suspects chased the man to the 200 block of juniper street and shot him in the leg. the suspects ran to the 200 block of south 15th where they tried to rob another man, they fired at this man and missed. >> this whole ordeal should be on cameras. there's good cameras from broad and walnut in center city. >> the man who was shot is in his mid 20s, he is at jefferson university hospital in stable condition. police in south jersey say they are searching for the hit-and-run driver who critically injured a bicyclist. the victim was hit after midnight on the black horse pike in haddon township, camden county. it happened in the southbound lanes. at this point police have not released the description of the vehicle. the bicyclist was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. 9:02. this morning a bucks county man
is behind bars amid disturbing allegations of sexual assault. authorities say lee kaplan father two children with a teenager girl after her parents gifted her to him. a dozen girls were removed from the home on thursday. >> reporter: this is 51-year-old lee kaplan charged with the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl anticipate -- and related offenses. southampton police went to the home on old york road. they found him living in the tiny house with 12 females ranging from 6 months to 18 years. >> while interviewing the children we learned that an 18-year-old had a 3-year-old child and 6-month-old child with an adult male living in the house. kaplan admitted he sired a child now 3 years old when she was 14.
now sired a 6-month-old. the parents, daniel stoltzfus and his wife savilla stoltzfus gifted the child to him for helping the family out of financial ruin and kept him from losing the farm. they sent 9 of the other children to live with kaplan after they lost the farm, anyway. authorities say they have found no everyday that any of the other nine girls were sexually assaulted. according to kaplan, the former amish couple are in jail for related offenses be because they knew that kaplan was having sex with the girl and did nothing about it. each are being held on $1 million bail. in feasterville, i'm dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> we're learning that daniel and savilla stoltzfus gave lee kaplan their 14-year-old daughter after having a bitter fallout with the amish
community. that fallout led to their home being seized. the couple blamed the church for their financial problems and gifted their teenage daughter to kaplan as a way for thanking him for helping them get out of financial ruin. a quarryville neighbor said the news confirms the suspicious about the family. >> if you stop, he would ask you why you're there, he don't have much time to talk and he is not comfortable having people around. >> reporter: i get the impression you thought he feels a little bit peculiar. >> exactly, yeah. yup. >> "action news" spoke briefly with the couple's 19-year-old son yesterday and he said his mom and dad are good parents. you can find more on the complex story on our website 6abc.com we'll continue to provide updates as they come into our newsroom. it is 9:05.
this morning, police in chester county are returning to the scene of what's being called a suspicious death. police were called to the 900 block of heather stone in berywn yesterday morning. that's where they say they found the body of a woman. so far there's no word on how she died. and now to the latest on the orlando nightclub massacre. abc news has learned that investigators have obtained some graphic sure -- surveillance video from inside the nightclub showing the chilling moments during the rampage. >> reporter: abc news has learned the fbi has video of the devastating attack on the pulse nightclub. sources say in addition to this cell phone video recorded in a bathroom stall after the gunman opened fire. investigators are now pouring over high quality footage from the nightclub's extensive
surveillance cameras. it hadn't been released yet, but a source familiar with the investigation tells us it shows the shooter cold blooded walking through the rooms, mowing people down. >> there was so much chaos in there, we didn't know where the bullets were going. >> reporter: one of the first officers on the scene telling us how he dragged angel cologne who was shot three times on the dance for. >> he is home with his family. >> reporter: during the massacre fbi said omar mateen was texting his wife noor salman asking did you see the news? it is unclear if she knew what was going on. a new documents obtained by the abc news showing omar mateen was dismissed from the military academy allegedly joking about bring the gun to class. omar mateen applied to the
academy admitting to crimes in his youth, but writing i want the streets to be safe for my is on the way it was safe for me growing up. people are gathering in the park behind me to pay their respects since the shooting nearly a week ago, each day the crowds getting larger. lindsey janice, abc news orlando. >> new signs have been put up in disney world warning guests about algreats and -- alligators and other animals in response to want death of a 2-year-old boy. beaches at the resort are closed. officials have not decided if they will reopen them. the man accused of gunning down british lawmaker, jo cox had his first hearing. he gave his name as death to traders of freedom of britain. he is facing murder charges and other charges.
cox was killed after getting out of her car, she was 41 years old. parliament was recalled monday to honor her. time to come on "action news," -- so much more to come on "action news," scaldings strikes the oakland police department. another police chief has been replaced. comfortably warm for now, heat and humidity will be making a comeback. i'll show you when in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
>> so glad you stayed with us, the mega millions jackpot is growing, it standards at $333 million, this is the 7th largest in mega millions history. no ticket matched all six numbers, plus the mega ball in last night's drawing, a ticket in rhode island won 5 million and a million in new jersey. chris sowers said if he wins he will give all the money to me. yeah, right. >> reporter: how we looking outside? >> reporter: we're looking like a million bucks. outside we go live, sky6 live hd down in penns landing, barely a
ripple on the delaware river, a picture perfect day around the delaware valley. father's day's day looks nice, 70 degrees at this 9:00 a.m. hour, dewpoint, 352. we love to see the dewpoints in the 50s, anytime under 60 degrees that's a comfortable air mass. the pressure is starting to rise, winds out of the southeast. the uv index on a scale of one to 11. we have a nine. apply and reapply the sunscreen. 70 in fleetwood and slatington. martins creek, 69. no humidity, very refreshing. levittown, 69. center city, 70. glassboro is 70. hockessin 66. smyrna, 68. dover, 71.
this is a weekend where we have high pressure, the good guy firmly in control from start to finish. as we go wider you can see where the high is. it's the mississippi river area east through the mitt atlantic and the northeastern part of the united states. this area will stay quiet today and tomorrow. eventually monday night and tuesday all this activity here will start charging east as the high drifts off the eastern seaboard. we'll see showers and thunderstorms run to the forecast. that's tuesday. today looks good, a ton of sunshine arc pleasant afternoon, beautiful for the month. june. high temperatures in the mid 80s, sunday, father's day, same thing, the high slips off the coast a little bit. that will allow the winds to shift out of the southwest. it's a warmer day, but with all the sunshine should be nice out there. mostly sunny, we'll call it beautiful today, 85 degrees. the normal is 84. the wind are light out of the south/southwest at 5 to 10 miles
per hour. for the oceanfront and the delaware bay not as windy as yesterday evening. poconos, sunny, 78 degrees, look at tomorrow, high of 80. tomorrow the humidity levels come up a little bit, but it's manageable. not that bad. down the jersey shore, 77 degrees tomorrow, more sunshine, 79. the ocean temperature up to 65. the only issue if you're heading into the water pay close attention to the lifeguard with the increased chop we have a moderate risk for rip currents and moderate risk issued tomorrow, as well. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 85 degrees today, very delightful, lots of sunshine, sunny and warm father's day high of 88. the humidity increases tomorrow evening, and especially monday and tuesday, monday and tuesday we're posting 90 degrees both days, with the humidity it will feel like 93, 94. tuesday afternoon with the approaching cold front there could be a line of showers or
storms. beyond that, the weather turns enjoyable again, wednesday, thursday, friday, 82, 83, 82. in there should be no complaints. >> you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at any time of the day on our website. head to 6abc.com/weather. the time now, 9:16 new this morning another police chief in oakland has stepped down after two days on the job amid a growing sex scandal. acting police chief is the third chief to be replaced in nine days. the city's mayor said the scandal involves disgusting allegations that a number of officers had sex with an teenage prostitute. >> i want to assure the citizens of oakland, that we are hell penalty on rooting out this disgusting culture and holding those accountable, responsible
it is 9:19 a.m., apple may be giving their iphone screens a makeover. they received a patent for 360-degree screen that will be on all sides of the iphone that will allow viewers to watch videos on both sides of the screen and have photos run in a continuous loop. apple has not commented about the patent. it is not known if it will become a reality. summer is almost here that brings a warning for parents and teenagers, the summer months are the deadliest for keep drivers.
crashes increase 16% on average. a little more than 1,000 people die in crashes involving teen drivers. the biggest distraction, cell phone and friends talking to passengers accounted for 15% of accidents. using a cell phone made up 1%. aaa said parents should remind their teens about the dangers of distracted driving. for many families a credit score could be the source of a whole lot of stress. some are turning to credit repair companies, be careful, scammers can steal information and turn you into a crook. >> reporter: when trying to make a financial for the future it's the decisions from the past that can trip you up. lenders can see your decision in a credit report. according to the federal trade commission there are a few easy ways to spot a credit repair
scam. if the company asks for payment before they render services beware. if they suggest giving false information when applying for a mortgage or loan, do not allow them access to your sensitive information. another troubling trend the promise of an entirely new credit identity, which can land you in trouble with the law. you can spot these scams instantly when a service suggests you abandoned your social security number as a primary source of identification and instead use a new number that they assign they call it a cpn, short for credit privacy number or credit profile number. many of those numbers they assign you are stolen social security numbers often from children which is why they have a clean slate. this could unknowingly make you
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>> reporter: talk is cheap, phillies manager can talk to his players until he is blue in the face about staying focused and playing the right way, yadda, yadda. phillies looking bad again last night against the arizona diamondbacks, hernandez with back-to-back errors in the second inning. next batter, say it ain't so. another one. diamondbacks going over and over and over again, phillies pitcher allow season high 6 homers last night. they have given up get this, 17 over the last four games. it's the worst stretch in team history. phillies lost 10-2. they dropped 21 of their last 27 games. >> so much for my team meeting, it didn't do a whole lot. there's no way to sugar coat
that. what, we give up 11 home runs the last two nights and committed seven errors, it's not good. we have to regroup and keep working with these guys and keep their heads up and keep pushing them. >> reporter: the nba draft is less than a week away the sixers scored a face-to-face with ben simmons the number one overall pick. simmons and sixers management had dinner. that's it. he has not worked out for the sixers and not expected to hold a private workout for any nba team. the sixers are the only team that had an interview with the former lsu forward who has reportedly put on 20 pounds of muscle since the end of his freshman season. steph curry not only lost game 6, but the warrior lost his cool and his mouth piece and
$25,000. for throwing a mouth piece that hit a fan during game 6. cleave -- cleveland could become the first team to climb out of a 3-1 hole by winning game 7 on sunday at 8:00 p.m. >> there's much more to come on "action news," including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> i'm david murphy, this is radcliff and this is hope, this week's winner in the shelter me contest. you'll find out about these two and some of their friends coming up on "action news." >> plus, another exclusive check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when meteorologist chris sowers "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m. comes right back.
>> happening right now on "action news," saturday at 9:00 a.m., a bucks county man is behind bars after 12 girls were rescued from his home, this morning, neighbors are reacting. plus, remembering christina grimmie, hundreds turned out for a memorial service to pay tribute to the singer. firefighters in california continue to battle a raging wildfire and the weather has not been helping. first outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chris all the dads should be smiling because it's a good weekend all
around, right? >> reporter: yeah, it's beautiful out here this morning, i could literally stand under these big oak trees all morning long. it's refreshing out here, a little bit of a breeze and bright blue skies. let's go down to the jersey shore, if you're trying to figure out your weekend plans this may be something you might want to take part in. the water is a little choppy because of increased rip currents. 69 degrees in cape may the dewpoints are in the 50s, that's very, very comfortable for the month of june. very light breeze out of the east/northeast at 7 miles per hour. other shore locations, avalon, 6. ocean city, 72. margate, 72. atlantic city is 72 degrees, the city of philadelphia we're now showing 70. trenton, 70. wilmington, 70, 69 in reading and allentown. forecast for today, enjoy it,
wall-to-wall blue skies, a ton of sunshine, comfortable for the jersey shore, 77 degrees with the sea breeze, the city of philadelphia will go 85. for the poconos, 78 degrees maybe you're taking in a ballgame. citizens bank park, sunny conditions, 3:05 p.m. start time. 85 degrees first pitch temperature, by 9th inning, 83 degrees. the real heat and humidity pours in here starting monday. i'll let you know how hot and humid it will get in the seven-day forecast when i see you in just a bit. >> heat on the way, chris, thank you so much. time now, 9:31 a.m., philadelphia police are looking for two gunmen who shot a man who was running from them during an attempted robbery in center city. the action cam was where the robbery started at 3:00 a.m. outside the wawa at broad and walnut. investigators say when the
gunmen tried to rob the man in front of the store, the man started running. the suspects chased him to juniper street where they shot him in the leg. the gunmen ran to south 15th street where they shot another man they tried to rob. the man who was shot in in stable condition at jeff university hospital. police are returning to bucks county a house to continue an investigation into a man who held a dozen girls there. they ranged in age from 6 months to 18 years old. police arrested this man here who was in the house, 51-year-old lee kaplan. investigators say he sexually assaulted one girl when she was 14 years old. kaplan ended up fathering two children with the girl. >> in interviewing the children we learned that the 18-year-old had a 3-year-old child and 6-month-old child with the adult
man living in the house. lee kaplan. >> kaplan said the girl's parents daniel savilla stoltzfus had gifted the girl to him because he helped them financially. the couple sent nine other children to live with kaplan. jeff chirico talked to kaplan's neighbors who were suspicious for years. >> i've been telling my husband, something isn't right. >> reporter: jen said she filed complaints before, but never had proof that something criminal was happening inside the small house she passed each day, the color of the shutters and the van in the driveway matched the feelings she saw on the faces of the children who lived here. >> i saw girls standing in the driveway, they looked unhappy and sad, in the blue dresses. >> they would be in their dresses, i thought it was odd, the way they were dressed we're not an amish neighborhood.
>> reporter: jen said neighbors complained to police 6 months ago when anen -- when an infant was brought into the home. she called the child abuse hot line. investigators rescued 12 girls thursday. >> who would give up their own child and for money? are you serious? >> reporter: as police investigate, neighbors say they are relieved that years of questioning are over and the children are safe. >> i've been crying all morning, i just feel like, finally, finally they will get to where they need to be, this abuse, alleged abuse stopped. >> reporter: jen said she was so intense trying to figure out whatever is going on inside the house on halloween she knocked on the door hoping someone would answer so she could peek inside, no one did, neighbors say a huge
weight has been lifted off the neighborhood and their thoughts are with the young girls. in feasterville, bucks county, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> you can find more information about this complex story at 6abc.com. we'll continue to provide updates as information comes into the newsroom. 9 5:00 a.m. a man is facing charge for chasing down a man he caught breaking into his car. d.a. said jones was not justified in shooting him. hundreds of people came together in burlington county to remember grim grism. christina grimmie. a memorial service was held in medford last night. she was killed while signing
autographs in orlando florida. >> you know all the rumors are true when the gunman came he was quick, happened so fast her arms were open, she saw jesus next. >> those i have known for many years, that have been a part of our life and touched our lives have counseled me and loved me and been there through difficulties, it's to you i'm very grateful. >> me, too. >> i just wanted -- [inaudible]. >> family still dealing with the tragic loss, marcus grimmie tacked the gunman kevin loibl who shot and killed himself after he was tackled. firefighters are working around the clock battling a fast-moving brushfire.
that fire has tripled inside sending smoke toward los angeles. this morning extreme heat is fueling dangerous wildfires across four states. in california, the sherpa fires along the coast in santa barbara is threatening 6,000 acres and 300 struck at -- structures. the rural area is approving a challenge to firefighters on the ground. grew before the drought we didn't is he anything like this, now we go to the fire, seeing erratic fire behavior is the new norm. >> reporter: long lines of fire retardant crisscrossed deep canyons to keep the flames from rolling through. in arizona hundreds more firefighters are battling a
blaze that scorched nearly 15 square miles. in colorado multiple small grass fires were sparked by lightning. in new mexico teams working to contain the north fire burning for four weeks. conditions across the west this weekend are only getting hotter. at least three people were detained during a rally in houston texas, for presumptive republican nominee donald trump. dozens of protesters sit outside the hotel where trump was holding the private fundraiser. one of those detained a had a gun. he was later released, the man said he was a donald trump supporter and the incident was a misunderstanding. it is legal in texas to openly carry a firearm in a shoulder or hip holster. trump said he would be an aggressive advocate for gun rights if he become president.
hillary clinton does not have any public events scheduled for this weekend, the democratic party forum in phoenix, arizona is taking place between her supporters and bernie sanders followers, they are discussing how to shape environmental and healthcare policy for the democrat be platform for the party convention that happens next month in philadelphia. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. three astronauts touchdown on earth after spending 6 months in space. >> we're not doing anything wrong, we are simply trying to teach our child a lesson. appropriate punishment or going to far. these parents are on the defensive after forcing their son to live in a tent. >> we'll get a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" returns.
president obama, his wife and two daughters are spending father's day at yosemite national park. it is giving him the opportunity to promote his record on open space and effort to combat climate change. more than 300 million people visited the national parks which is a new record. a couple in new mexico are defending their decision to make their teenager live in a tent as a form of punishment.
they say their 16-year-old son keeps stealing from them and they have run out of options so they are taking a new approach. they are making the teen live in a tent behind the home during the day. >> we're not doing anything wrong we're simply trying to teacher our child a lesson. >> if he doesn't learn that now, it's going to be somebody, it's going to be the whole world's problem not just hours in a couple of years. >> we should note the teen is fed and has water he can use the, he sleeps in the house at night, but some called the punishment excessive and they called the cops. however, authorities say they have been to the home several times and they say they do not see anything illegal with the punishment. i'm going on to post this on my abc facebook page to get your reaction to this. >> people camp outline the time. i don't see a problem. it is hot down there, i will say that. temperatures in the 90s like
everyday. everyday, i remember me as a teenager,. >> tough love, right? >> reporter: there you go. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you the view we're looking at the camden waterfront a spectacular morning around the delaware and lehigh valleys. no humidity out there, a ton of sunshine and the numbers are steadily climbing in the 60s and 70s. monday and tuesday on the comfortable side, normal 84. wednesday, 80 degrees, thursday we had clouds and showers and thunderstorms that kept the numbers down, 70 degrees before yesterday's high of 84. the summer season, 90. we have a couple of of them in the seven-day forecast, on average we see 24 days that feature 90 degrees or higher. this year accuweather is predicting 32. up to this point we've seen 6 with two more being forecasted in the seven day that puts us at 8. we have quite a ways to go
before we reach 32 assuming that's correct. 959 is where we started out -- 59 is where we started out this morning, the normal is 65. everyone is a degree or two within 70 degrees, the 24 hour temperature change is within a degree or two from the same time yesterday. we have the lightest breeze out of the east-northeast it's a quiet comfortable morning. high pressure in control, hardly any clouds to speak of. we'll keep it that way through monday. monday looks pretty nice. future tracker 6 later this afternoon, enjoy your day, you have outdoor plans, it should be bright and sunny, high, thin cirrus clouds, clear overnight tonight, tomorrow, same thing, combination of sun and high clouds, temperatures are hotter with the southwesterly breeze, suddenly we're up in the upper
80s. ing no weather issues out there, before monday morning high, thin clouds roll in. sea breeze keeps the shorepoints in the mid 70s today. tomorrow, father's day, 88 degrees the forecasted high, maybe a degree or two warmer, depending on how strong the southwesterly breeze develops. down the shore, upper 70s, low 80s. wildwood, cape may, 74, 75. a picture-perfect weekend overall. forecast for today, nice, 85 in philadelphia. 86 in allentown, reading. millville, 82. mid 70s for the jersey shore, toms river 84. zoom into that jersey shore, show you what's going on in your neighborhood. atlantic city 77, ocean city, 77 degrees. the ocean water temperature is up to 65 with a nice sea breeze kicking in. that's why the numbers are a little bit cooler. we have a moderate risk for rim currents. this is one of the things i
would like you to pay close attention to later today with the surf buildings 3 -- building 3 to 5 feet. onshore breeze pay close attention to the lifeguards and go in water where there's a lifeguard on duty. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 88 degrees sunny and warm for father's day, coming off the high of 85. monday and tuesday, 90-degree both days, hazy, hot and humid. with the humidity both of those 90s will feel like 93, 94. tuesday, afternoon late-day shower or thunderstorm. one of them could be on the stronger side that's the leading edge of a canadian air mass. wednesday, thursday, friday, look gorgeous, low humidity and temperatures in the low 80s. think about how hot it could be this time of year, 90 is nothing. >> don't complain, be happy. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" story comes
from last chance ranch in quakertown, david murphy has the story. >> reporter: when jaqulyn met slinky at last chance ranch in quakertown, it was a perfect match. >> he is the sweetest most loving little boy. >> reporter: the two are inseparable. he goes down the with me in the summer. ease been to school and church. >> when slinky is not by jaqulyn's side he keeps company with rex. >> they play with each other and sit next to each other. >> last chance ranch was established in 1989 to help horses. 27 years later they have everything from barn yard animals to house pets. >> look at him, he came in as a stray, he is delightful. >> reporter: mimi was also a
stray. this big guy is seizure a new foundland puppy. he is a love. rexy is paralyzed in her hind legs, but with a wheelchair she can say on the move. >> everybody loves her. >> reporter: this little guy is radcliff he is 2 years old and found wondering the streets of philadelphia and looking for a home. hope is 8 years old, hope's owner has taken i will and can't keep her any more. so she is hoping for a new home. if you're interested in any of the animals you met today, visitor the last chance website. if you would like us to share your success stories, visit facebook page of "shelter me rescue of the week" and tell us
9:35 -- 9:52, 70 degrees, sky6 live hd showing you the glimpse over the commodor barry bridge. nice weekend in store enjoy the great weather. u.s. astronauts and english astronauts and russian astronaut are back on planet earth after spending 6 months at the international space station, soyuz landed in kazakhastan. they conducted hundreds of experiments in boiling --ogy an.
here's a look at what's happening around the delaware valley. indulge in the food trucks at the food truck festival it's happening in phoenix brighton park in atlantic city. the 5th annual firefly music festival is underway in dover, delaware. the four-day festival kicked off at the woodlands. tonight's headliner, florence and the machine and tomorrow i want mumford and son. it runs through tomorrow. "healthcheck" at 9:00, a top u.s. health leaders is warning dozens of babies in puerto rico could develop severe birth defects because of the
zika virus. there's a spike in the spread of the virus. officials believe infections will increase in the summer. puerto rico has 1700 cases of zika virus including 200 in pregnant women. coming up next, chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. stay with us, we're coming right back. >> a final check of the
85. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, there's only one chance of rain tuesday evening with a opponent -- potent line of storms with cold front. otherwise, 90 monday and tuesday. >> 9:57. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. we'll be back tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. him here's some of the stories we're working on for you. thousands of runners pond the pavement for the annual gary pappa rub for prostate cancer we'll be live. combining contemporary ballet and virtual design we'll look at ballet x coming to philadelphia. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall, make it a great day.
announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my basecamp here at the columbus zoo. and welcome to a truly terrifying "wild countdown." would you dare to dance with a king cobra? wouldn't it kill you if he bit you? arun: yeah, sure. jack: or tangle with a tarantula? look at the fangs on this thing. look at that. how about hand feed a vulture? man, he got powerful feet. whoa! i hope you're feeling brave, because today's animal adventures are definitely not for scaredy-cats. boy, if he bit you, oh, buddy. later, my blooper of the week. so, an elephant goes to the bathroom; all of a sudden